It’s the end of the month! Here are the best, most helpful things I’ve found on the internet, just for you!
In the last year, two freelancer friends have been injured in bike accidents and watched their income dry up because it’s hard to type or massage when you have a broken arm. Let’s all get disability insurance okay? I just got mine for about $1,000 a year. Here’s what you need to know.
Do you keep signing nightmare clients? Here’s how to spot ’em and avoid ’em.
Trying to write your first ebook? This will help.
I’m juuuuuust now starting to optimize my posts (#lateadopter) so I loved this checklist of 25 SEO questions you should ask yourself before you publish.
And then if you’re riddled with creative self-doubt while you’re writing that ebook, read this.
We all lose our passion for our businesses from time to time, but these four tips will help you reignite that flame.
Oooooh! I love a good behind-the-scenes peek. Here’s EXACTLY how Melissa launched and marketed her Pinterest ecourse.
We’re all half in love with Rashida Jones, right? Then let’s read her interview about being happier at work.
The other thing I’m working on is being willing to accept failure, whether it’s a failure to get a TV show made or a failure to reply to a midnight email. Failure and risk are inherent parts of any real work.
It can be oddly hard to hire people, especially if you don’t know anything about the area you’re hiring in! Here are five things to do before you hire a graphic designer.
I don’t write sales pages anymore, but pretty much every online business need ’em. Here’s Amanda’s 8-step process for crafting an awesome sales page.
Helpful! How to hide an image in a WordPress post!
And a few things I wrote that you might have missed: 3 clever things to do with old blog posts and 6 ways you can build good karma into your business (without losing lots of money)